Sheila Levine is a Jewish-American princess and a native of Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. An innovative, bright, but painfully introverted individual, she comes to New York City with her mother... See full summary »
Sidney J. Furie
Rebecca Dianna Smith
When the night watchman of a garage is found murdered, 4 young men are arrested and put on trial. Under cross-examination, suspects and witnesses give differing accounts of the same ... See full summary »
Charlie is inducted into the Toronto Beatnik scene when he falls for a reckless party-girl named Steve. While Debbie, a girl who shares his values, waits in the wings for him, Charlie discovers that Steve is mixed up in a vicious drug ring.
The lead female role of Deborah Solomon was played by Cheryl Ladd with the name of the production company producing the film being "The Ladd Company". The sharing of the same "Ladd" name was apparently purely a coincidence. See more »
Lt. Don Jardian (Ken Wahl) is seen saluting a superior officer while uncovered (with his cap or hat removed). Naval services do not salute while uncovered. Later, he is seen covered (wearing his uniform cap) while visiting nurse Deborah Solomon (Cheryl Ladd) in sick bay. Naval service personnel remove their covers indoors and are particularly forbidden to wear them in sick bay or a chow hall. See more »
Are you going to eat that rice?
I had to kill a man to get this rice.
Yeah, and whole fucking valley heard you do it, too.
See more »
I loved this film. It is one I will watch time and time again. It is a War film for the men and a love story for the women....O.K. there is a lot of swearing in the film but it is in context.I have not seen Ken Wahl in anything else but will now watch out for films with him in. Cheryl Ladd was very good in the film.
5 of 7 people found this review helpful.
Was this review helpful to you?